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Carolyn Keurajian is celebrating her four year anniversary as the Executive Director of The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra. Her love of music started in her hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska where she played the saxophone in wind ensembles, concert bands and jazz bands. She went on to study music at the University of North Texas before earning a degree in business from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma Washington. After college, Carolyn joined the international performing arts and goodwill organization Up with People playing her saxophone across the United States and Europe. It was during her international tour that she learned the power of community service, music and its importance in creating a close-knit, vibrant community. She later put her touring experience to work as Up With People’s Director of Special Events in their headquarters office in Denver, Colorado.
Carolyn and her husband of 21 years - Rich, are the happy and proud parents of three children Paul, Anya and Carley (along with a very cute dog named Lily). They relocated to the Williamsburg area from Princeton, New Jersey in 2011 and have enjoyed getting involved in this wonderful community. Rich is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Kingsmill Resort; Paul is a freshman at Clemson University; Anya a Junior at Jamestown High School and Carley is in the eighth grade at Hornsby Middle School.
In 2015, Carolyn participated in the LEAD Historic Triangle Leadership Program and now serves as vice-chair of the Board of Directors for the program. In June 2016 she was elected by the League of American Orchestras to serve on a national leadership committee.
Her commitment to helping local non-profits started when she created a 2012 fundraiser for Literacy for Life and is honored and excited to once again be involved with such a wonderful organization in support of fundraising and awareness along with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
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